On "Hardball," Chris Matthews was tingling away. It was an "amazing ceremony," he insisted. After an Obama clip, he said, "There was a moment in American history right there. Last week, when...
This has been a moment, or more likely, a week of outrage! And yet where is it? Why are not the prez and the wooden Hillary shrieking and mourning for the loss of American citizens in this heinous act of war? Why are the networks not covering the terrible loss we experienced? Why are we not flying all our flags at half staff? Why in the hell is the imbecile of a prez flitting around from fund raisers to his celebrity friends and an appearance on Letterman? My sense of propriety is so incredibly offended I can't even see straight!
On September 14 at Andrews Air Force Base just outside the Washington Beltway, President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton welcomed home the remains of four Americans killed at our consulate in Benghazi, Libya. It was a moment of national mourning. The president was presidential, Mrs. Clinton, dignified. But for some journalists, it was, quite strangely and inappropriately something to view only through the tacky lens of politics.
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